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Éducation européenne

Tera dans La promesse de l’aube Pauvre «cosaue un peu tartare mâtiné de juif» il arrive en France à l’âge de uatorze ans et s’installe avec sa mère à Nice Après des études de droit il s’engage dans l’aviation et rejoint le général de Gaulle en 1940 Son premier roman Éducation européenne paraît avec succès en 1945 et révèle un grand conteur au style rude et poétiue La même année il entre au uai d’Orsay Grâce à son métier de diplomate il séjourne à Sofia New York Los Angeles La Paz En 1948 il publie Le grand vestiaire et reçoit le prix Goncourt en 1956 pour Les racines du ciel Consul à Los Angeles il uitte la diplomatie en 1960 écrit Les oiseaux vont mourir au Pérou Gloire à nos illustres pionniers. A European Education is a very rich and immersive book that describes the horrors that the war brings to humanity through the eyes and mind of a young boy written by the humanist Romain Gary It s a very draining and sad story but unfortunately a true one that shouldn t ever happen again a recurrent theme throughout the story It s a very well written book that will envolve you in the partisans struggle to survive in the Lithuanian forests during WWIIIt s definitely a recommended read albeit it may leave your soul drained

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PRÉSENTATION DE L'ÉDITEUR GallimardLa cachette fut terminée aux premières lueurs de l'aube C'était une aube mauvaise de septembre mouillée de pluie; les pins flottaient dans le brouillard le regard n'arrivait pas jusu'au ciel Depuis un mois ils travaillaient secrètement la nuit les Allemands ne s'aventuraient guère hors des routes après le crépuscule mais de jour leurs patrouilles exploraient souvent la forêt à la recherche des rares partisans ue la faim ou le désespoir n'avaient pas encore forcés à abandonner la lutte Le trou avait trois mètres de profondeur uatre de largeurBIOGRAPHIE DE L'AUTEURRomain Gary né Roman Kacew à Vilnius en 1914 est élevé par sa mère ui place en lui de grandes espérances comme il le racon. I read this book perhaps too uickly and so my evaluation is a little wobbly I had a totally different idea than what I actually read and that didn t help me get the exact message that maybe Gary wants to give usThe story revolves around the reality of Polish resistance precisely in the forest of Vilna our main character is a young 14 year old boy named Janek we meet him struggling with his formation as a young partisan but it is not the most striking in the narrativeJanek our young man has the blessing of being able to preserve a pure and innocent heart the gift to find grace of the good and salvation of the soul in the beauty knowing how to taste even inside the tragedy of death of war and betrayal of the comrades what only saves faith in the human heart and therefore all that it can produce to keep burning the flame of a true humanity music a respectful love for a girl sharing reading respect and honor for companions etcc What I ve struggled to appreciate is this particular reality that Gary creates a continuous alternation between realities of true poignant and devastating pain that the daily life of war creates for its victims and fairy tale descriptions kind of magic that contrasts in a sort of comparison or ambivalent crossroads of reality Where the characters the men we will knowjump then in these two particular dimensions creating therefore to the eyes of the reader a structure that for me is not always convincing and satisfying but I m sure that wasn t Gary s goalThe concept of Europe then is carried forward through the book that gives us the student and partisan Dobranski the title of the book in uestion European Education It s the book that the student is writing here the concept State and the meaning and desire of a place of salvation is always unraveled however within an ambivalent and idealistic concept HeGaryDobranski creates a sort of metaphor between the fairy tale aspect and the reality of war and peace that Dobranski proposes in his book Everything therefore alternates in this conflict of desire and imagination of civilization which we European will then see born under the concept of United EuropeThe desire for life unity and hope is only created in our days a reality unfortunately only desired in the heart and not lived and enjoyed by our men that we will meet in the narrative Roman GaryHo letto uesto libro forse troppo velocemente e uindi la mia valutazione un pochino traballantemi ero fatta un idea totalmente diversa da ci che poi realmente ho letto e uesto non mi ha aiutato nel saper cogliere l esatto messaggio che Gary ci vuole donareLa storia gira tutta intorno alla realt della resistenza polacca precisamente nella foresta di Vilna il nostro personaggio principale un giovane ragazzo uattordicenne di nome Janek ui lo incontriamo alle prese con la sua formazione di giovane partigiano ma non uello che piu colpisce nelle narrazione Janek omai giovane uomo ha la benedizione di riuscire a conservare un cuore puro e innocente il dono di trovare sempre la grazia del bene e della salvezza dell anima nel bello nel saper gustare anche dentro alla tragedia della morte della guerra e dei tradimenti dei compagni ci che unicamente salvala fede nel cuore umano e uindi tutto ci che esso pu produrre per tener accesa la fiamma di una umanit vera la musical a rispettoso per una ragazza la condivisione della lettura il rispetto e l onore per i compagni etccCi che invece ho fatto molta fatica ad apprezzare uesta particolare realt che Gary crea un continuo alternarsi tra realt di dolore vero struggente e devastante che la uotidianit della guerra crea alle proprie vittime e le descrizioni fiabesche magiche che contrappone in una specie di paragone o crocevia ambivalente di realt Dove i personaggi gli uomini che conosceremosaltano uindi in ueste due particolari dimensioni creando uindi agli occhi del lettore una struttura che per me non sempre convincente e appagante ma sono sicura non fosse uesto l obbiettivo di GaryIl concetto di Europa poi viene portato avanti tramite il libro che ci dona lo studente e partigiano Dobranski il titolo del libro in uestione Educazione Europea altro non che il libro che sta scrivendo lo studente ui viene dipanato il concetto di Stato e il significato e il desiderio di un luogo di salvezza sempre per dentro ad un concetto ambivalente e idealista Si crea uindi una sorta d metafora tra l aspetto fiabesco e la realt di guerra e di pace che Dobranski propone nel suo libro tutto si alterna uindi in uesta contrapposizione di desiderio e immaginazione di civilt che noi europei vedremo uindi nascere sotto il concetto di Europa unita Il desiderio di vita unit e speranza viene uindi a crearsi solo all oggiuna realt purtroppo solo desiderata nel cuore e non vissuta e goduta dai nostri uomini che incontreremo nella narrazione


Et épouse l’actrice Jean Seberg en 1963 Il fait paraître un roman humoristiue Lady L se lance dans de vastes sagas La comédie américaine et Frère Océan rédige des scénarios et réalise deux films Peu à peu les romans de Gary laissent percer son angoisse du déclin et de la vieillesse Au delà de cette limite votre ticket n’est plus valable Clair de femme Jean Seberg se donne la mort en 1979 En 1980 Romain Gary fait paraître son dernier roman Les cerfs volants avant de se suicider à Paris en décembre Il laisse un document posthume où il révèle u’il se dissimulait sous le nom d’Émile Ajar auteur d’ouvrages majeurs Gros Câlin La vie devant soi ui a reçu le prix Goncourt en 1975 Pseudo et L’angoisse du roi Salom. A very evocative and unflinchingly brutal novel of Poles in the fear loathing collaboration and resistance to Germany s vicious occupation of Poland in WW2An extract Tadek Chmura was right Janek said bitterly In Europe we have the oldest cathedrals the oldest universities the greatest libraries and the best education But in the end what all this European education comes down to is to teach you how to find the courage to shoot a man who sits there with lowered head with his skates on

About the Author: Romain Gary

Émile AjarBorn Roman Kacew Yiddish קצב Russian Кацев Romain Gary grew up in Vilnius to a family of Lithuanian Jews He changed his name to Romain Gary when he escaped occupied France to fight with Great Britain against Germany in WWII His father Arieh Leib Kacew abandoned his family in 1925 and remarried From this time Gary was raised by his mother Nina Owczinski When he was fourteen he and his mother moved to Nice France In his books and interviews he presented many different versions of his father's origin parents occupation and childhoodHe later studied law first in Aix en Provence and then in Paris He learned to pilot an aircraft in the French Air Force in Salon de Provence and in Avord Air Base near Bourges Following the Nazi occupation of France in World War II he fled to England and under Charles de Gaulle served with the Free French Forces in Europe and North Africa As a pilot he took part in over 25 successful offensives logging over 65 hours of air timeHe was greatly decorated for his bravery in the war receiving many medals and honoursAfter the war he worked in the French diplomatic service and in 1945 published his first novel He would become one of France's most popular and prolific writers authoring than thirty novels essays and memoirs some of which he wrote under the pseudonym of Émile Ajar He also wrote one novel under the pseudonym of Fosco Sinibaldi and another as Shatan BogatIn 1952 he became secretary of the French Delegation to the United Nations in New York and later in London in 1955In 1956 he became Consul General of France in Los AngelesHe is the only person to win the Prix Goncourt twice This prize for French language literature is awarded only once to an author Gary who had already received the prize in 1956 for Les racines du ciel published La vie devant soi under the pseudonym of Émile Ajar in 1975 The Académie Goncourt awarded the prize to the author of this book without knowing his real identity A period of literary intrigue followed Gary's little cousin Paul Pavlowitch posed as the author for a time Gary later revealed the truth in his posthumous book Vie et mort d'Émile AjarGary's first wife was the British writer journalist and Vogue editor Lesley Blanch author of The Wilder Shores of Love They married in 1944 and divorced in 1961 From 1962 to 1970 Gary was married to the American actress Jean Seberg with whom he had a son Alexandre Diego GaryHe also co wrote the screenplay for the motion picture The Longest Day and co wrote and directed the 1971 film Kill starring his now ex wife SebergSuffering from depression after Seberg's 1979 suicide Gary died of a self inflicted gunshot wound on December 2 1980 in Paris France though he left a note which said specifically that his death had no relation with Seberg's suicide

10 thoughts on “Éducation européenne

  1. says:

    I read this book perhaps too uickly and so my evaluation is a little wobbly I had a totally different idea than what I actually read and that didn’t help me get the exact message that maybe Gary wants to give usT

  2. says:

    Written between missions for De Gaulle during WWII European Education actually talks about the early parts of persecution of Jews in Lithuania particularly painful for Gary who was actually a refugee from that part of the world It is gripping and amazingly well written for a first novel under the special circumstances in

  3. says:

    Wonderful book R Gary was born in 1941 in Vilnius His birth name was Romain Kacew At age 14 he and his mother moved to Nice France He tells the story of his mother's hopes for him in The Promise of Dawn His style is rude and poetiue He studied law and joined the French aviation corp during WWII He subseuently was in the diplomatic

  4. says:

    I'm uite sure that this is the book titled Kites in Hebrew It has another title in English Forrest of Anger It's a book I'd love to read again It shows the life in France during WWII with the pride humiliation and horror Above all it shows the greatness of love There's an old couple there who invents its love again every day I'm uite sure he was the first to suggest it Unlike his idealist romantic characters he seemed to get desperate from

  5. says:

    A European Education is a very rich and immersive book that describes the horrors that the war brings to humanity through the eyes and mind of

  6. says:

    Last pages of the book were amazing when the main character is thinking with himself and it makes reader think as well he reviews the contradiction between what we are taught and how society end up in the misery despite all the education and background There should be other reasons beside education

  7. says:

    Completely different from anything that I have read lately

  8. says:

    It would reach the climax by the end Keep reading

  9. says:

    A very evocative and unflinchingly brutal novel of Poles in the fear loathing collaboration and resistance to Germany's vicious occupation of Poland in WW2An extract 'Tadek Chmura was right' Janek said bitterly 'In Europe we have the oldest cathedrals the oldest universities the greatest libraries and the best e

  10. says:

    In Europe we have the most ancient churches the oldest universities the biggest libraries and the best education but at last the outcome of this European Education is to teach you how to be able to shoot a man sitting in front of you with skate shoesand the way Roman Gary makes life meaningless is Nobel

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